In response to Ontario's premier prioritizing experiential learning, OUSA has organized a one-week campaign to raise awareness of the importance of work-integrated learning.
The general assembly was attended by student delegates from all eight student association members of OUSA.
Brock University Students' Union has banned culturally inappropriate costumes from a Halloween party scheduled on campus this week.
Western came in at number 198, dropping two spots from the 2015-16 year. The ranking has remained relatively stable the past three years, but back in the 2011-12 ranking, Western was up at number 157.
Among Canada’s 20 largest research universities, many fail to meet a 10 per cent threshold for female representation in STEM departments, like electrical or computer engineering. What's it like to be a female faculty member in science and technology at Western?
The federal budget has drawn different reactions from various levels of government representatives in London — in particular with its effects on post-secondary students and rapid transit.
They highlighted three major student issues: limitations in the Canada Student Loans Program, challenges faced by international students in Canada and youth unemployment.
Western delegates contributed to three policy papers drafted by OUSA at the general assembly last weekend, including an interim policy on sexual violence and harassment.
QUEEN’S PARK — A long called for overhaul to Ontario’s student financial aid system will see students in low-income families pay no tuition the government announced in its 2016 budget.